Charlotte Tilbury Haul

I have admired the work of Charlotte Tilbury for many years so I was super excited when she launched her own make-up collection last year. There are a few items that I have been lusting after for months and I finally decided to have a little splurge and treat myself to some items that I thought would add to my make-up collection...



Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze and Glow - this is the ultimate contour kit. I am a huge fan of subtle contouring and the effect it can have on your features. This trick once mastered can slim, sculpt, shorten and highlight your features without looking overly "made-up". If you are a fan of the Kim K look then this can also be achieved with this palette, it's up to you! On one side of the palette you will find a matte bronzer in a universally flattering shade to give a sun-kissed look. On the other side is a golden highlighter that gives a subtle sheen to the skin with absolutely no sparkle, therefore, making the overall effect very natural. Both powders are encased in a beautiful heavy rose gold metal case with a mirror inside for on the go touch ups. I love this product and use it daily.
Charlotte Tilbury Wonder Glow - this luminous cream gives tired skin a boost by making it look dewy and radiant. It can be worn under foundation as a primer, on it's own for a natural dewy look or on the cheekbones and brow bone as a highlighter. I am constantly aiming for perfect looking skin and this certainly helps achieve a flawless base.
Charlotte Tilbury Rock 'n' Khol Liner in Bedroom Black - I am always on the search for the "perfect" black pencil eyeliner and I think I may have found it. This is described as a "liquid-eye pencil" and I would certainly agree that this super soft liner glides on with little pulling or snagging at the skin, making it easy to use. You need to work with it quickly as once it sets it doesn't budge so any blending will need to be done immediately. It doesn't transfer onto upper lids which is a problem I tend to have with other khol liners and it is the perfect pencil to create a smoky rock n roll eye.

I am sure this is just the start of my Charlotte Tilbury collection. Have you bought any of her products? What do you recommend?

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